Energy Retrofits at Lakeridge Health

Wednesday, 09 July 2014 by

In November 2013, the Ontario Hospital Association named Lakeridge Health the Green Hospital of the Year. The award recognizes the hospital’s multi-faceted energy efficiency and waste reduction measures. “We’re for healthy communities, and that’s what this project is all about,” said Lakeridge Health President and CEO Kevin Empey. “We’re reducing our environmental footprint together with

There are a number of factors in addition to the cost of energy that should be considered when evaluating the payback or lifecycle cost of an energy conservation retrofit project in your building. These include maintenance or service costs (either positive or negative), future capital cost avoidance, capital depreciation tax credits, labour or salary impacts,

When it comes to energy conservation in existing Health Care Facilities specific expertise is needed to ensure your project goes smoothly right from the beginning of conception, through planning, development, implementation, and into operations. Health Care Facilities (or HCFs) have many design and operating requirements for the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment and plumbing

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